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 Is being lactose intolerant the same as being allergic to lactose?

Answer No. Lactose intolerance is when you lack (or are deficient in) the enzyme lactase which breaks down the sugar found in milk (lactose). In this case drinking milk will cause bloating, gassiness, an... Read More »
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Am I Lactose Intolerant?

How to Tell if You Are Lactose Intolerant?

Lactose intolerance is caused by the digestive system's inability to produce lactase, a digestive enzyme that breaks down lactose. Lactase is produced in the small intestine. When lactase is not pr... Read More »
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Could I be lactose intolerant?

I had the same issue a few years ago and a doctor told me to do a lactose free diet, because all the symptoms pointed to it. It only got a little better after a few weeks. Long story short I did my... Read More »
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I think I may be lactose intolerant?

Sounds like an intolerance to it, so you have to watch it and find out to what stuff you're exactly react, so it might be just the milk, but it could be as well a lot of other things as well..
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